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5 books I wish everyone would read

I’ve started my own weekly meme called 5 Books Friday!

I hope some of you will join in by adding a link to your post via the linky widget below AND then by linking back to… 409 more words

Neil Gaiman


By Stefani, Dylan, Jakob, Jessica and Maddison, Class of 2015


Dr. Cook’s Note: This is compilation of students citing textual evidence (three phrases each that were 3-5 words) about the theme survival from their literature circle novels — Milkweed, Number the Stars and Devil’s Arithmetic. 37 more words

Creative Writing


By Elizabeth, Cody, Olivia and Jocelyn, Class of 2019

If I could only get away

Still we have troubles

I suffer now

Sir, give me a piece of bread… 131 more words

Creative Writing

The Rundown- April '15

I really enjoyed my reads for April… and they were very different!

The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster (new read)

To be honest, I’m not sure why I’ve never read… 474 more words

Number The Stars Book Review

As adults, we sometimes forget that our children see the world in a different light than we do.

In Lois Lowry’s classic YA novel, Number The Stars… 218 more words


[Challenge] "Number the Stars" The Book Set in a Different Country

Number the Stars by Lois Lowry

Review by Necessity Bone

This is another book I started to read for school (I kinda hoped that it would fit in my challenge somewhere, and I have to admit that I was glad when it did). 242 more words


Number the Stars: Book Review

Ellen had said that her mother was afraid of the ocean, that it was too cold and too big. The sky was, too, thought Annemarie. The whole world was: too cold, too big.

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Andrew Martin